Market Movers rounded up the best reactions from investors and analysts as Walmart raised its full-year sales forecast on Thursday. Professionals, including Jim Cramer, discuss the retail giant after it topped quarterly earnings and revenue estimates. Walmart is raising its guidance after sales rose nearly 8% in the latest quarter. The company now expects consolidated net sales to rise about 3.5% for the fiscal year. Walmart said consumers were buying fewer big-ticket discretionary items like TVs, but its grocery business helped offset those weaker purchases. The stock closed up 1.3 percent on the day.